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Critical Questions Series 2: A Reply by James Crossley

In this piece, James Crossley offers a reply to the 11 posts in this second instalment of the Critical Questions Series, dealing with questions of politics and scholarship within the study of religion. Reading through the Critical Questions Series on … Continue reading

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Critical Questions Series 2: Monica Miller

In this second instalment of the Critical Questions Series, we ask scholars of religion how they negotiate the difficult line between “politics” and scholarship. The previous responses can be found here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here. The line between scholarship and politics or, if you like, … Continue reading

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Critical Questions Series 2: Margo Kitts

In this second instalment of the Critical Questions Series, we ask scholars of religion how they negotiate the difficult line between “politics” and scholarship. The previous responses can be found here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here. The line between scholarship and politics or, if you … Continue reading

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Critical Questions Series 2: K. Merinda Simmons

            In this second instalment of the Critical Questions Series, we ask scholars of religion how they negotiate the difficult line between “politics” and scholarship. The previous responses can be found here, here, here, here, here, here and here. The line between … Continue reading

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Critical Questions Series 2: Steven Ramey

In this second instalment of the Critical Questions Series, we ask scholars of religion how they negotiate the difficult line between “politics” and scholarship. The previous responses can be found here, here, here, here, here and here. The line between scholarship and politics or, if you … Continue reading

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Critical Questions Series 2: Darlene Juschka

Darlene Juschka is a cross-appointed Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and Religious Studies at the University of Regina. Juschka is well-published in both fields; her works include Feminism in the Study of Religion: A Reader, (ed. 2001) and Political Bodies/Body Politic: The … Continue reading

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